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Dowsing Tip Number Eight

What You Need to Know When You are Dowsing/Diving

Water

1. It is very important to visualize in your mind what you are looking for as well as using a sample whenever possible, such as when you are practicing the art of water diving it is helpful to use a sample on the end of your dowsing rod or within your pendulum some water or on the end of your V rod, so that when you are thinking and concentrating on a source of water you can also visualize it on your dowsing tool which helps you to concentrate better.

2. When you are on site it is helpful to wet the palm of your hands as this is where the main nervous systems are and by wetting your hands and concentrating you activate the senses which helps you to concentrate as well.


Earth Energies for Sick Buildings

3. Another useful tip is that you can also use colour coding for different types of divining jobs, especially when you are doing remote map surveying of a site, for instance, of a property and you come across detrimental energies to the people or persons who live in that property, sometimes it depends on the diviner/dowser of his ability. I have found that it is possible to mark out the detrimental energies on a google earth plan of the site and then at the next stage we then search for a colour code which will deflect the detrimental energies away from the property in question, for instance, the deflecting of the detrimental energies in your mind you are creating a protective shield around the property, the protective shield has to be at least 3 times greater size than the property you are aiming to protect. The colour codes for this will vary according to the individual as no two dowsers/diviners are the same, what works for one person may not work for the other so the diviner/dowser has to find out which code will suit them. Sometimes the protective shield will just need one colour other times it is two or three colours done as circles, other times they are squares and triangles around the area surrounding the property. It is also important to remember that when you are working on sick houses the visualization comes into play again as you are visualizing the bad energies/detrimental energies going through the property.

4. When you develop further and become into a multi professional or master diviner/dowser you should be able to connect either on site or remotely to a particular detrimental energy going through the property and instead of deflecting the detrimental energy you change and transform the detrimental energy from bad energies into good energies.

5. When doing this process you must find out where the black or bad energy is coming from and where it is going to. Once you are aware of where it is coming from if you are on site you stand in that energy field facing the way that it is coming from and you go through the process of changing it into white energies instead of black energies. You continue doing this until the whole of the black energy is changed into the white energy to its core, then you face to where the black energy was going before you changed it and you continue the process of changing the black energy into white energies which will then be beneficial for the house and which will stop the black energy re-growing again.

6. The way to do the onsite process of transforming the black energies into white energies physically is as follows:

(a) you use one hand for either an angle iron or a pendulum and the other hand is free and the free hand is used in a shape of a circle process saying "transform this black energy into white energies". The other hand which has the dowsing tool or pendulum or rod is that if it is the rod the rod will swing inwards or outwards depending on your training which has taken place, the coming in or going out is the process of the connection which will then continue coming in or out as you are changing energies until you have reached the core and the angle iron or pendulum stops dead. This informs you then that the detrimental energy has been transformed into its core into white energies then you turn the other way and repeat down stream of the energies and you do the same process until you rod or pendulum stops, that will mean that you have changed it to where it has fizzled out. (b) You then ask the question "has this detrimental energy been changed into good energies now?, is there good energies here". If you have done it right it should say "yes" your pendulum or rod should go the way that you have trained yourself to know what your "yes" or "no" is.

 

 

Dowsing Tip Number Seven

 How to become a Multi-Professional dowser

1. The best computer in the world is the human brain. What you have to do is train your brain to tune into the dowsing subject or subjects you are seeking to learn.

2. Map dowsing is the key issue for all subjects of dowsing.

3. First of all you have to learn the basic of dowsing. Once you have succeeded in the basics you can then think about what kind of dowsing you would like to do or specialise in.

4. Learn your specialised subject inside out.

5. You must focus your mind on that subject and also the actual wording that you use is vital. Visualisation is also important and also tuning into the subject.

6. Once you have succeeded in your chosen subject and you have had trials and you have tested yourself and got other people to test you out, you are then ready to move forward with your new career in that field of dowsing.

7. Whatever specialised field of dowsing you go into it could take more than a year to succeed, it does not come overnight, and one or two dowsing courses will not make you a professional dowser in any of the fields.

8. You need to be totally dedicated to your art of dowsing which in return will give you great pleasure and enjoyment.

9. The more subjects that you learn the more work you will get. Variation is the key to success and you are never too old to learn. For instance I am qualified in locating water oil and gas fields , mineral and gold deposits, geopathic stress.

10. Enjoy your dowsing.

 


Remember before you begin any dowsing to check your permissions - see tip 2 if you are unsure

 

Dowsing Tip Number Six


When dowsing for gold and precious minerals remotely or on site it can be difficult as the gold seems to throw out false images of itself which makes it extremely difficult and the problem is the false image of the gold stays on the rock for at least one hour before it starts to fade away so the point is that you can dowse some rocks, check the rock beneath your feet and it can indicate there is gold in that piece of rock and an hour later once you have taken it away to a different location and tested it again then it reacts as if there is no gold in the rock which is heart breaking to say the least. It is not easy to override these false images which occur when you are dowsing for the gold but by using gold itself and visualising the gold and at the same time saying to yourself “ignore all false images just react to the gold” this will help to increase the success rate. You can never get 100% success rate when working with solid minerals but I find by using this method it does help to improve the success rate.

 

Dowsing Tip Number Five

Tips that can help you
  • Make sure you are positive and not negative when on site
  • Wet your hands before and during the process of dowsing to improve sensitivity
Problems to Watch Out For
 
CLAY
Most dowsers find it difficult to work with clay as it tends to throw the depth count out. I found I could overcome this problem by adding 20% to the depth count when dealing with clay - with one exception, which is 'Marley clay'. With this type of clay I have found that I must double my depth count. This may be different for other dowsers.
 
KEEPING AN OPEN MIND WHEN APPROACHING A SITE
I have found it is important to clear your mind of everything and just concentrate on the source of water that you seek. You must ignore what other people might say of infer about the site as it could cause confusion and deflect you from the true source of water.
 
REACTION LINES
As you may know there are seven reaction lines to each flow system.  Six of these will move and never stay the same. The one you need to look for is the one which remains stationary all the time. It is advisable when learning to dowse that when you approach a source of water you peg out the reaction lines that you are getting. Once that has been completed, wait 2 to 3 hours then repeat your checks on your markers. You will notice the first three would have moved either inwards or outwards; the fourth one  will remain the same, which is the flow. The three on the other side will also have moved forwards or backwards. Twenty eight markers would be needed. With a lot of experience you can eliminate the reaction lines and go straight to the source. 
 
OVER-CONFIDENCE
I have learned to treat every site/location with caution. It is important never to get over-confident or complacent. Treat each site as if it was your first.
 

 

Dowsing Tip Number Four
 

Before you start to dowse always ask the question 'am I positive or negative'? If you are negative leave it for a short while and try again later. Sometimes you can be positive when you start dowsing, and before you complete the job you have become negative. I suggest you approach it by asking are you positive before you start, and periodically through the dowsing keep checking yourself. The problem is, you don't know when you become negative. This is why you have to regularly check, otherwise you get false results, and the job will be a failure. You must be positive at all times when dowsing either on site or when map dowsing'

 

Dowsing Tip Number Three

Just for fun.

This is an exercise that I enjoyed trying out over 26 years ago, and whether you are new to dowsing or have been practicing for some while, I'm sure you'll get fun out of this too.

You will need a very large sheet of paper - such as the sheets you get from flipcharts. You may need to sellotape several sheets of A3 paper together. Then get out your local map and draw a section of a local river or stream onto the paper. Draw it nice and big. The idea is to have a plan large enough that you can actually step onto the paper and walk across the 'river'.

Now prepare yourself just as you would for any water dowsing job. Ask for permission. The time tested 'Can I?' 'May I?' 'Should I?' (Be aware that if you get a 'no' to any of these do not continue)

Now hold a clear picture in your mind of the water flowing through a stream, some people find it helps to run their hands under water immediately before the dowsing, or to hold a small bottle of water in their hand (this is called using a witness).

Turn the paper face down so that you can not see the river. Now with your rods in the search position walk across the paper, you will get no reaction.

Now turn the paper over so that the plan of the river can be seen, and approach the river at right angles, just as you would if you were going to step over it in 'real life'. As you cross the river, your rods will indicate water.

 

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When I first tried this out, my young daughter was amazed at the reaction she got from the rods, and so was I! This exercise is an aspect of what dowsers call 'map dowsing', that is - getting a reaction from a plan or a map as if you were actually at that spot in real life.

You can also try this by drawing a approx plan of your house, drawing in any water pipes. Again remember to prepare yourself by asking for permissions and using a witness if you wish. Hold a clear image in your mind of the water flowing through the pipe, and see if you get a reaction.

You can of course also use a hosepipe in the back garden with the water running through it, and as you step over it you will get a reaction with your rods.

Have fun

Peter

 

Dowsing Tip Number Two - Permissions

This is not so much a tip as just making sure that you know how to approach any dowsing you do. It is advisable to always ask for permission before you start a dowsing session.

Most dowsers have a little routine that they follow before they begin a dowsing job, it goes something like this.

 Lets say for argument sake you are using a pendulum (though this would apply equally to any other dowsing tool)

First check your pendulum by asking it to show you a yes.

If you are new to dowsing you may have to wait patiently for a while, you can speed things up a little by setting the pendulum in a back and forth swing. Eventually the pendulum will begin to make little circles. Note which direction it is swinging - if it swings anti-clockwise and you asked for a yes - then anti-clockwise means yes.

Again if you are new to dowsing you might want to confirm this for yourself by asking yes questions - ie is my name ...., is it ...day today and so on.

 Now go ahead and check your 'no'.

Having done all this you are ready to ask your permissions. (Don't worry if all this seems a bit long-winded - as you get more experienced you'll already know how your pendulum shows a no and a yes.)

The standard permissions are

'Can I do this dowsing ' - that is am I capable at this moment in time

'May I do this dowsing ' - that is do I have full permissions from everyone involved

'Should I do this dowsing ' - is it advisable for me at this time to undertake this dowsing

Assuming you get a yes to each question - you are free to proceed.

Should you get a 'no' to any of them, then it is not advisable to proceed. It may just be that you are too tired to get an accurate result and you will be wasting your time, whatever the reason it is best to respect the answer.

 

Dowsing Tip Number One

I want to start with my most important dowsing tip. It something that is applicable to all dowsers whether beginner or professional.

After any dowsing job remember to ground yourself.

Grounding is important as you have been using energies not yet fully understood, and it is important to disconnect from them at the end of each session.

How to ground yourself...

Grounding can be simply done by rubbing your hands together and throwing the energy back to earth and saying finished.

Or

join your hands together at the top of your head and slowly bring them down the front of your body until you touch the earth then undoing your hands touch the earth and say grounded and finished.

With either of these techniques; they should be repeated three times, four if you want to be absolutely sure you are grounded.

These simple actions need take only seconds to perform, so it is easy to make it part of your dowsing routine.

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